What is nanoIFP
Description of nanoIFP:
A revolutionary method and plant for obtaining fine grain size fractions from waste glass and glass-like materials.
Addresses the growing need for sustainable solutions for glass waste.
Enables the co-destructive treatment of glass cullet and glass fiber to obtain a powdered product with a defined commercial purpose.
Benefits and applications of nanoIFP's approach:
Equalizes particle sizes by combining waste glass cullet and glass fiber.
Offers marketable products in various fraction sizes.
- Aggregate in asphalt concrete.
- Sandblasting and blasting.
- Additives in construction products.
- And more.
Silicon separation and reuse:
The system separates silicon from recycled PV panels.
Allows for the reuse of silicon in production.
Operating conditions and efficiency:
nanoIFP's plant operates under vacuum conditions.
Ensures a good working environment.
Enables efficient dust collection.